There is nothing more beautiful than getting married in the laps of the mighty hilly terrains. With nothing but the silence of calming nature surrounding you, the wedding can be enjoyed in its intimate moments and the breathtaking beauty of nature. Take a look at Wedding Affair’s picks for the best hill stations around the world to lend a scenic backdrop to your wedding.
Guests from all over the world appreciate the modern Alpine lifestyle, characterised by top-class restaurants that can satisfy gourmet demands even by the side of the slopes, hotels that set standards in every category, and events of international calibre. The Via Serlas guarantees great shopping in a small space, though you can also find local specialities like the famous Engadine nut tart just around the corner.
Udhagamandalam , popularly known as Ooty among the tourists, is the Queen of Hill Stations. Ooty, the Queen of Hill stations, welcome you with mesmerising meadows, soothing environment, cool weather and a wide array of sightseeing places to visit and admire. Each tourist attraction in Ooty promises a unique and lively experience that will leave you in awe for many days to come.
At 65 degrees north latitude, the sky takes on a capricious life of its own — a canvas for the aurora borealis, the midnight sun and sunsets and sunrises that last forever. Here there are serious mountain ranges, pristine rivers and lakes, abundant wildlife and a certain poignant solitude that is found nowhere else on earth. Locals embrace the natural world and have created a vibrant river city in the far north. Where else can you travel to such a remote locale and still enjoy all the amenities of a charming downtown, a thriving arts community, rich Alaska Native culture, authentic Alaskan activities and attractions and endless opportunities for exploration?
Say “I DO” in Thredbo in Australia and celebrate your wedding at one of the country’s most iconic venues. Large or small, we custom design the occasion to match the dreams of the happy couple. The Mary McKillop Chapel within the John Paul ll Ecumenical Church, locally known as the “Thredbo Chapel”, sits at the foot of Crackenback Mountain. There is nothing more beautiful than exchanging your vows amongst the wilderness of the High Country. It can be along the banks of the Thredbo River, on their scenic golf course or surrounding the ponds on the village green among family and friends.
5. Nuwara Eliya
The salubrious climate has branded Nuwara Eliya into a sanatorium that attracts Sri Lankan tourists as well as foreign travellers to the seasonal event from February to April. Golf tournaments, horse racing, motor cross, clay pigeon shooting and carnival features are some of the main festivities.